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Release Notes

Charles Perry and Joe Cieplinski

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Release Notes
Release Notes

Release Notes

Charles Perry and Joe Cieplinski

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Latest Episodes

#339: I Don’t Want to Support This

Today we conduct a “therapy session” for Charles as he tries to decide whether to continue development of the home-grown client portal he uses for his RelaNet clients, or whether it would be better to use a third-party solution and use the time that is freed up for marketing. We talk about the current situation, […]

31 MIN4 d ago
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#339: I Don’t Want to Support This

#338: Drinking Guinness and Shaking Hands

Today Joe fills us in on a recent trip that he took to Ireland for the Belfast International Homecoming, a conference he got connected with through his networking efforts in New York. It’s an interesting story of attending a non-tech conference, and how doing the work to meet new people can pay off in unexpected […]

33 MIN1 w ago
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#338: Drinking Guinness and Shaking Hands

#337: A Little Worse Off

Today we continue our discussion of macOS Catalina and whether and how Charles should update from Sierra. (Yes, Sierra.) We discuss the sort of zombie state that Adobe Creative Suite 6 has been left in since it is a mix of 32-bit and 64-bit executables, and then Joe helps Charles consider some of the Photoshop […]

28 MIN2 w ago
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#337: A Little Worse Off

#336: I’ve Got a Lot of Nos

Today we talk about technology upgrades – specifically, we’re talking about iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. Charles had avoided both upgrades for a quite a while, and today he’s sharing the story of how he was auto-updated to iOS 13 at an inopportune moment, and seeking advice about if and when to update his computers […]

34 MIN3 w ago
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#336: I’ve Got a Lot of Nos

#335: I Want to Say, Corpse?

Today we take look back at Release Notes 2019, mere days after the event, and consider what went well, what could have gone better, and the overall experience of hosting a conference in Mexico. And no, we have no new products to announce at this time. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles […]

37 MINOCT 14
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#335: I Want to Say, Corpse?

#334: Until the Heat Death of the Universe

Today Charles gives some detail on his recent email marketing efforts. We talk about the power of finding a marketing channel that works, juggling the rush of responses that resulted from the email advertisements, and the automation that he has used to make it all manageable. He also shares numbers on emails sent, cost, response, […]

33 MINOCT 7
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#334: Until the Heat Death of the Universe

#333: Benedikt Deicke (part 2)

We’re joined again today by Benedikt Deicke of Userlist.io. Last week we talked a lot about Userlist.io, so this week we wanted to talk about FemtoConf, the small conference that he hosts each year in Darmstadt, Germany. Release Notes 2019 We’re happy to announce that Release Notes 2019, the fourth edition of our conference, will […]

22 MINSEP 30
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#333: Benedikt Deicke (part 2)

#332 – Benedikt Deicke

Today we’re joined by Benedikt Deicke of Userlist.io. Benedikt talks to us about his new project Userlist.io, their big launch day when they were featured on ProductHunt, finding new customers, and what it’s like launching a new startup with two other co-founders. Release Notes 2019 We’re happy to announce that Release Notes 2019, the fourth […]

31 MINSEP 23
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#332 – Benedikt Deicke

#331: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

We’re joined again today by Curtis Herbert, creator of Slopes. Today we talk about building an Android version of Slopes, and tracking finances year-over-year. Curtis offers his insight on how an indie developer trying to get started in 2019 could reproduce the success that Slopes has enjoyed, and Curtis confesses to abusing Photoshop. Release Notes […]

30 MINSEP 16
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#331: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

#330: Curtis Herbert (part 1)

Today we’re joined by Curtis Herbert, creator of Slopes. We discuss some of the non-technical changes that Curtis has been experimenting with in his business. Curtis shares his experience with subscriptions, the addition of “family passes”, his decision to start developing an Android version of Slopes, and the results of his work with a business […]

29 MINSEP 9
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#330: Curtis Herbert (part 1)

Latest Episodes

#339: I Don’t Want to Support This

Today we conduct a “therapy session” for Charles as he tries to decide whether to continue development of the home-grown client portal he uses for his RelaNet clients, or whether it would be better to use a third-party solution and use the time that is freed up for marketing. We talk about the current situation, […]

31 MIN4 d ago
Comments
#339: I Don’t Want to Support This

#338: Drinking Guinness and Shaking Hands

Today Joe fills us in on a recent trip that he took to Ireland for the Belfast International Homecoming, a conference he got connected with through his networking efforts in New York. It’s an interesting story of attending a non-tech conference, and how doing the work to meet new people can pay off in unexpected […]

33 MIN1 w ago
Comments
#338: Drinking Guinness and Shaking Hands

#337: A Little Worse Off

Today we continue our discussion of macOS Catalina and whether and how Charles should update from Sierra. (Yes, Sierra.) We discuss the sort of zombie state that Adobe Creative Suite 6 has been left in since it is a mix of 32-bit and 64-bit executables, and then Joe helps Charles consider some of the Photoshop […]

28 MIN2 w ago
Comments
#337: A Little Worse Off

#336: I’ve Got a Lot of Nos

Today we talk about technology upgrades – specifically, we’re talking about iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. Charles had avoided both upgrades for a quite a while, and today he’s sharing the story of how he was auto-updated to iOS 13 at an inopportune moment, and seeking advice about if and when to update his computers […]

34 MIN3 w ago
Comments
#336: I’ve Got a Lot of Nos

#335: I Want to Say, Corpse?

Today we take look back at Release Notes 2019, mere days after the event, and consider what went well, what could have gone better, and the overall experience of hosting a conference in Mexico. And no, we have no new products to announce at this time. Mailing List Every month there are more great articles […]

37 MINOCT 14
Comments
#335: I Want to Say, Corpse?

#334: Until the Heat Death of the Universe

Today Charles gives some detail on his recent email marketing efforts. We talk about the power of finding a marketing channel that works, juggling the rush of responses that resulted from the email advertisements, and the automation that he has used to make it all manageable. He also shares numbers on emails sent, cost, response, […]

33 MINOCT 7
Comments
#334: Until the Heat Death of the Universe

#333: Benedikt Deicke (part 2)

We’re joined again today by Benedikt Deicke of Userlist.io. Last week we talked a lot about Userlist.io, so this week we wanted to talk about FemtoConf, the small conference that he hosts each year in Darmstadt, Germany. Release Notes 2019 We’re happy to announce that Release Notes 2019, the fourth edition of our conference, will […]

22 MINSEP 30
Comments
#333: Benedikt Deicke (part 2)

#332 – Benedikt Deicke

Today we’re joined by Benedikt Deicke of Userlist.io. Benedikt talks to us about his new project Userlist.io, their big launch day when they were featured on ProductHunt, finding new customers, and what it’s like launching a new startup with two other co-founders. Release Notes 2019 We’re happy to announce that Release Notes 2019, the fourth […]

31 MINSEP 23
Comments
#332 – Benedikt Deicke

#331: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

We’re joined again today by Curtis Herbert, creator of Slopes. Today we talk about building an Android version of Slopes, and tracking finances year-over-year. Curtis offers his insight on how an indie developer trying to get started in 2019 could reproduce the success that Slopes has enjoyed, and Curtis confesses to abusing Photoshop. Release Notes […]

30 MINSEP 16
Comments
#331: Curtis Herbert (part 2)

#330: Curtis Herbert (part 1)

Today we’re joined by Curtis Herbert, creator of Slopes. We discuss some of the non-technical changes that Curtis has been experimenting with in his business. Curtis shares his experience with subscriptions, the addition of “family passes”, his decision to start developing an Android version of Slopes, and the results of his work with a business […]

29 MINSEP 9
Comments
#330: Curtis Herbert (part 1)
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